Lisa M. Russell is a writer, writing instructor, and an academic assistant dean. She writes micro-history books about “lost things.” She supports regional historical societies. She guested on several local television/radio programs and podcasts. Russell earned her Masters of Arts degree in professional writing from Kennesaw State University. The MAPW awarded Lisa the 2020 Distinguished Alumnus Award. Lisa teaches English full-time at Georgia Northwestern Technical College, where she serves as the Assistant Dean of Dual Enrollment. She is a part-time professor of communication at Kennesaw State University. In her “spare-time” you can find Lisa exploring North Georgia with her micro-historic lens to discover her next “lost” story.
Expedition X: “Lake Lanier” March 25, 2020 (Added my research and consultation to producers)
Unexplained with William Shatner, Cursed Lake Lanier
Speaking to Your Group
I would love to come to speak to your group. As you can see from my events page, I am on the go across North Georgia. Please help me keep traveling Georgia speaking about North Georgia history. Consider offering an expense fee to cover my transportation when I come to your event.
If your event is outside of Metro Atlanta, consider applying for a Literary Events Grant of Georgia that will pay writers a fee to come to your event, at no cost to you. I am on the Georgia Writers Registry (GWR)
Let’s keep regional history alive.
My very best to you,
Lisa M. Russell
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